11:31 PM

Hello there! Dark shades can really dress up an outfit. Burgundy is one of my favourite colours, it's sexy without looking slutty like bright red. It's perfect for make up -especially at the winter- and it gives you a sophisticated look, without even trying! The lipsticks that I suggest are the "YSL Rouge Volupte in Forbidden Burgundy" ($25) or the darker one "Revlon Super Lustrous in Black Cherry" ($7.50). The best nail polishes I found are Essie's "Carry on" ($8) which is super dark. The "Walk Away Renee" by Deborah Lippmann ($16) is more red-ish and looks perfect with one or two strass for extra glam. Sonia Kashuk's "Stop Whining" ($5) is the brightest one making a fun pop colour. Devine!


Hi there, happy Friday! I've been thinking that a great way to get to know someone a little bit more, is the "50 facts about me" tag. I love watching those videos on Youtube! And my friend George told me that I don't talk about me a lot on my posts, so why not?


9:50 PM

ways to use vaseline

We may have access to the latest, greatest beauty products, but that doesn't mean we don't appreciate the classics. One of my favorite iconic formulas is probably in the back of your medicine cabinet: Vaseline. It's been around for 150 years- and with good reason. Vaseline is a multitasking miracle cream, and you can use it for a slew of time- and money-saving tricks. Here are 18 of my favorite petroleum jelly hacks.


9:20 PM

Hello darlings! I'm so sorry I haven't updated my blog, it's just that I was really busy with my uni! And you know what can make a bad day, better? Anything fluffy! Jumpers, skirts, bags, anything! Cozy, cute, and so comfy that you will not want to take them off. I found for you some amazing inspo that will blow your mind! I want them all haha. They make you feel like a little princess! Let me know what's your favourite one.


2:05 AM

1. Keep it...naked

how to look skinny

A cropped jean and a bootie that hits below the ankle is perfection. The cut of a bootie can make or break the illusion of longer limbs, so pay close attention to the mouth of your shoe. A nude pair that dips right under the narrowest part of the leg but stays flush to the foot will seamlessly continue the line. (Fun fact: That's why ballerinas look so lanky on stage!)